Jesus 1 Corinthians 1 Outline

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“By the grace God has given me, I laid a foundation as an expert builder, and someone else is building on it. But each one should be careful how he builds.For no one can lay any foundation, other than the one already laid, which is Jesus Christ.”­ 1 Corinthians 3:10­11 The apostle Paul wrote the book of Corinthians. Paul was one of Jesus’s most close followers. He started out as an enemy to the church. His name was Saul. Jesus came into his life and changed Pauls ways for the better. As a strong leader, example, and inspiration for the Church Paul wrote many things. He wrote letters, verses, quotes, and much more. One of his most famous Corinthian writings was; “Love is patient, love is kind and is not jealous.Love dose not brag and it is not arrogant.It does nott seek it;s own, it…show more content…
It was twenty to twenty five years after Jesus death and resurrection. It was written in a time that Paul was possibly in jail. When Paul was in jail he had a lot of time to write the letters, or epistles. Piccirilli 1 Corinthians was written to the Christian Church in the city of Corinth. Corinth was a busy city. It was full of trade and commerce. This city thrived with art, and creativity. Added to that Corinth was not all good. It was also known for its vice, and immorality. Corinthians was written to help the Catholics in Corinth. Paul found out that they were falling from the church and falling into sin and error. He needed to challenge them to try to be examples and fall away from error. (Bible Gateway Blog) Corinthians basically says what they were doing wrong and what they need to do. It compared worldly views to Christs views. There was always a combination of harsh words, and encouraging words in his letters. They said what Paul thought was wrong and discussed the issues. Last Paul ended it with the well know love chapter. He needed to remind the people of Corinth what its all for and there inspiration is

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